November 19th, 2015
On Vogue

#Horror

Horror genre has never been my thing, but my daughter’s classmate is in director Tara Subkoff’s debut film #Horror and the review on Vogue convinced me to bump this movie to the top of my must-see list.

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  • Yikes! From the photo above, this looks rather creepy. Time is so precious – who watches this stuff? I’d rather be painting, gardening, walking, sleeping, brushing the dog . . . you get the idea! : )))

    PaulaNovember 20th, 2015  1:40 AM

     
  • I love a good thriller – not a bloody made in 2 weeks digital slasher – but a good edge of your seat thriller! Plus Tara Subkoff, Chloe Sevigney and Natasha Lyonne. I have an 11 year old who loves to play “would you rather” – thanks for the heads up – will have to check it out!

    JenniferNovember 20th, 2015  7:08 AM

     
  • Film sounds great, look forward to seeing it! I always enjoy your film recommendations, and love that you include chic films, books, art and more on your blog and not just fashion.

    AnitaNovember 20th, 2015  2:34 PM

     
  • I love a good thriller and this looks great. So many good movies out to see – finally!

    KathyNovember 21st, 2015  10:28 AM

     

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